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French intelligence 'doctored files' to cover up failings over Islamic murder of priest

I honestly thought I was beyond being shocked at the unfettered Islamization of the West.  But this marks a new low.  Remember that elderly priest beheaded in his own church?  Not only were the killers known to France's security services, but the French secret service had advance warning it was going to happen.  They IGNORED the warning.  When it did happen they COVERED UP THE WARNING (incompetently at that).

Just like MI5 describe "Islamic Terrorism" as "International Terrorism" (when the cause is Islam, when all the perps are Muslims, and when 80% of the perps have got British passports, and 100% of them live in Britain), and MI5 used to move around the webpage holding the list of attacks (to break links and stop citizens discussing the lies of MI5), so the French equivalent of MI5 retroactively doctor records (on command from above) to conceal that they knew about a forthcoming beheading threat to priests.

If the secret service are not going to protect priests, we can be damn sure they wouldn't protect the likes of you and me.

French intelligence 'doctored files' to cover up failings over Islamist murder of priest

French spies doctored files to cover up failings that resulted in jihadists murdering a priest in his church, according to French reports.

Claims that agents post-dated documents to cover their blunders have cast a fresh spotlight on counterterrorism agencies in the wake of over a string of terror attacks that have left 239 people dead in France since 2015.

Red tape and a battle of egos between intelligence managers are costing lives, according to the report published by Mediapart, the investigative news website, which conducted a six-month investigation into the blunders.

On July 26, 2016, Islamists Adel Kermiche and Abdel Malik Petitjean burst into a church in the small town of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray i..., the 85-year-old priest, in front of four parishioners. Police shot dead the pair as they left the church.

However, it now appears that five days previously an agent at the Paris Police Prefecture Intelligence Unit had come across an encrypted channel on Telegram, a favoured messaging service with terrorists, containing a message from a certain @Jayyed boasting that “I haven’t been uncovered”.

@Jayyed was in fact Kermiche, who then posted a video on the channel claiming that he gave lessons in a mosque in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray.

In one message he urged attacks on churches and said that with a knife one could “cut off two or three heads” and create “carnage”.

A subsequent police report noted that the comments “clearly pointed towards a jihadist profile turned in an explicit manner towards the Islamic State organisation".

The agent who uncovered the worrying message informed his superiors of what he considered an imminent threat and advised them to inform the General Direction of Interior Security, the French equivalent of MI5.

However, his written warnings went unanswered and senior officers at the Paris Police Prefecture Intelligence Unit were away at the time.

Officers cited by Mediapart said that after the murder, the agent was asked to post-date his notes and erase his computer's browser history to ensure that the blunder went unnoticed. But he omitted to erase the original date of the document from one of the computer files.

Intelligence agents told the website that red tape was hampering the fight against Islamist terrorism and that bosses "sit on notes because there is a comma in the wrong place".

Even if senior officers hadn't been away, “there were several layers of people who had to validate it," said another. The bureaucratic weight is such that the information would never have got through in time to save the priest.”

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